The North Maharashtra University is one of the upcoming universities in India, the university was established on 15th August, 1990 under the Maharashtra University Act No. XXIX of 1989 as a teaching and affiliating University. It actually started its academic and administrative activities under the leadership of Prof. Dr. N. K. Thakare, the first Vice Chancellor of the university, from academic year 1991-92. The jurisdiction of North Maharashtra University is spread over three districts of North Maharashtra i.e. Jalgaon, Dhule and Nandurbar.
This university has also acquired the prestigious 2(f) & 12(b) recognition from the UGC. The university has been re-accredited with 'B' (CGPA 2.88) grade duly honoured by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Banglore.
The university was shifted to its own campus in 1995.The university is situated on the banks of river "Girna" and the campus of the university is spread over a hilly terrain of 650 acres of land. Each building of the campus is well connected through tar roads constructed by the University itself. The University is also well connected to Jalgaon City by Asian Highway No. 46.
The campus beautification is maintained through lawns and planting various trees on the campus. More than two lakh trees have been planted to conserve the natural beauty and environment of the campus, for which the university was selected for the "Vanashree Award " 2000 by Government of Maharashtra and "Indira Priyadarshini Vriksha Mitra (IPVM) Award-2002" by the Ministry of Environment and Forests, Govt. of India, New Delhi.
The Maharashtra State Electricity Board has installed a separate sub-station to cater to the needs of electricity on the campus. As an alternative source of electricity supply, three 125 KVs Diesel Generators are installed on the campus. The university is approximately 10Kms away from the Jalgaon city. The pollution free hilly terrain provides natural ambience which creates a perfect environment for study. All Departments are equipped with all modern facilities, required by students/visitors.
Right now, there are 13 schools on the campus. The syllabi of different courses are designed to give profound and latest knowledge about the subjects to the students.
North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon was ranked 40 amongst universities in India, as per the survey done by India Today in June 2013 and ranked 27th amongst 742 universities in India and 1st amongst the State Universities in Maharashtra as per the survey conducted by "Careers360" magazine, India's 100 BEST Universities 2014, (March 2014).
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